On Fri, Feb 21, 2003 at 02:34:55PM +0000, Martin_J Carter said: > > [Somebody-or-Other's Fifth Law of Lecturing: "If you > can't say it in white chalk, you can't say it in coloured."] > But I agree that people seem to be more impressed by > the quality of the printing than that of the content, and > that some of said people do annoying things like awarding > marks. And I confess that my first thought was "emacs > and LaTeX". In verbal communication, content is like 7% of what's communicated. That something similar holds true for written communication, albeit different percentages and labels for them, should be no surprise. -- Shawn McMahon | If you have not tried these things, FedEx Services | you should. These things are fun, DSS-MCO Security Lead | and fun is good.
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